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The Information Challenge Managing Construction with BIM

Presentation of Zuhair Haddad CIO, Corporate Asset and Risk Management for Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC) at the 3rd Annual BIM conference Dubai (25-26 February, 2

The Information Challenge Managing Construction with BIM

  1. 1. The Information Challenge Managing Construction with BIM By Zuhair Haddad CIO, Corporate Asset and Risk Management for Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC).
  2. 2. Introduction As a large contractor, CCC project management are often faced with problems that are essentially related to information: •Delays in Engineering / Poor definition of IFC deliverables •Out of sequence work •Disruption •low productivity •scope creep •inconsistent progress •handover delay •etc… Problems that project management can mitigate if they have project related information available on structured and integrated way.
  3. 3. Introduction BIM is often misunderstood and the focus has mainly been on the 3D models and multi-discipline coordination of design information. The "I" in BIM is the real benefit but in the same time the biggest challenge. At CCC, our BIM-centric work processes have helped us achieve various organizational, execution and collaboration improvement which led to better performing project delivery.
  4. 4. Introduction - BIM Advantages • Organize project large information in a logical, structured and integrated method • Data created as per controls requirements • By Location / Object - WBS • Standardized measurement methods • Combine output from multi parties. • Ease of verification • Manage projects at much lower level of detail than what we were accustomed to before BIM • Pinpoint and identify problems • Object Level Take Off • Provide logical framework for project stakeholder to share and collaborate on different project information in an integrated approach • Publication using visual tools. • Data organized with spatial properties similar to GIS but in 3D • Establish "best practice" work processes identifying, organizing, integrating and presenting different project information.
  5. 5. Tuesday, March 10, 2015 Your Nam Here 5 Objectives • Provide an overview of different work processes and systems that are used. • Demonstrate the extent of effort and complexity needed to establish "True BIM" • Focus on correlating legacy work processes with their BIM counter parts.
  6. 6. DRWGs & Specs Variations RFIs Submittals MTO Estimation Budget Procurement Purchase Expediting BOQ Work Groups 3D Model Building Blocks Direct Cost Estimate Budget/ Cost Codes Time Sheet Actual Man-hours PO Register information Planning / PRIMAVERA MTO, Objects & Work flows Planned Dates Actual Progress TALISMAN VBC REPORTS REPORTS BOQ WBS Discipline Codes (Category) Actual Cost Subcontractors / Suppliers BBS Shop DWGs, Software, S/Cs, Suppliers MTO Variations MTO WBS & Cost Code WBS QC Certification Sub-Contractors and suppliers should be contractually obliged to deliver detailed BIM info. as per the agreed EDI Visual Controls Doc Reg. Submittals Doc Reg. Material Delivery SMR, PO, Expediting Info Integration with other EDMS’s & procurement systems Project Control Team Material Control Batching Quality Control Quantity Take offs Engineering Design C3D Planner / Simulation / Pyramid / Projmon Document Control Collaboration Transmittals RFI etc Accounting 3D Model Cost Report Progress Report Payment Certificate Payroll ATLAS Tags Site Invoices, JVs SMR, PO, MRR DPMS Material request Reinforced Concrete MTO Project Controls Systems
  7. 7. Work Processes • BIM, Scope Management and Control • Planning, Estimation, Change Management and project control setup • Construction Engineering and Document Control • Material Purchasing and Management • Quality and Handover Management • Construction Management
  8. 8. BIM, Scope Management • This Function measures the scope of the project under hand to assure that the construction team knows what they are building in exact details • As new and updated drawings are received through document control and as RFIs are cleared, scope has to be updated and kept current • The information generated here will be shared by all: • Planning Group • Estimation Group • Contract Administration • Material Group • Project Controls Group • Handover Group
  9. 9. • Scope management utilizes internationally recognized QS standards. • CCC Strategy is to use 3D Modeling to maintain scope up-to-date. The challenge was to produce standardized BOQs directly out of the model • CCC Strategy is to organize data in standardized WBS to facilitated sharing of data between different parties that have interest / work in these areas • Manage model creation for CCC and partners and assure compatibility of authoring software • Manage receipt of new revisions of models and compare with previous revisions to assess changes and impacts • Load completed models and their data into C3D – our 3D based Site management tool - and distribute the project players listed above. • Manage the clash checking process through a collaborative environment. • Issue RFIs and assure timely and proper response are received and integrated in the model This process keeps running all through duration of the project and the model is usually handed over with the operation and maintenance team that takes over BIM, Scope Management
  10. 10. Modeling strategies • Standardized WBS – Spatial Properties • Fragnets / Discipline interaction • Object Naming Convention (Done or Not Done, that is the question) • Standardized BOQs (common language of contractors) • Align modeling with method of construction
  11. 11. Standardized WBS Level 1 – Project Level 2 – Area Level 3 – Subarea Level 4 – Fragnet Level 5 – Activity Level 6 – Object Level 7 - Operation
  12. 12. Fragnets Manage in the actual project:  More than 200 rooms;  More than 20 types of self-performed operations on average per room;  More than 16 types of rooms (work sequence);  More than 20 types of subs’ operations;  More than 80 types of materials;  More than 10 types of skilled workers/crews
  13. 13. • Typical Fragnets in building construction • Structural • Open spaces • Finishing/EM • Façade • Handover • Exterior areas Fragnets
  14. 14. Object naming convention • To make a more effective use of the BIM in construction, the idea of Object based BIM was introduced. A unified automated coding system was developed for the different disciplines (Structural / Architectural / MEP). • We define an object as “The reasonably smallest portion of a building that reflects the logic of construction, facilitates the transfer of work between the different crews and can be reported in progress or QS (Quantity Surveying) reports”. For example a column, a beam, a room finish, a diffuser, a fan, an electric socket…etc) WS-03-CL-D-010-D-010
  15. 15. Standardized BOQs 09210: Plastering ORIGINAL QTY BIM QTY 9/1/1 1- Supply and applying sand / cement exposed plastering layer for internal walls, composed of base and finish coats. The work includes spatter, wire mesh at the joints between walls and columns and all accessories for complete work according to specifica m 2 64,548 57,200.50 09310: Porcelain & Ceramic Tiles: 2- Supply, delivery and install non-slippery Prcelain tiles for floors of toilets, bathrooms, pantry, terraces, cafeteria and kitchens; according to the finish schedule, approved samples, pattern, shop drawings and specifications. The work includes scree 9/2/1 30 x 30 x 0.90 cm (R-PTNS-2) m 2 1,156 1110.25 9/2/2 25 x 25 x 0.90 cm (O-PTNS-1&2) m 2 1,349 1360.3 9/2/3 15 x 15 x 0.90 cm (O-PT-1) m 2 1,349 1360.3 9/2/4 10 x 10 x 0.70 cm (R-PTNS-1) m 2 963 720 9/2/5 40 x 40 x 0.90 cm and pattern as per drawings for Cafeteria (PTCa). m 2 212 210 9/2/6 Ditto for Terraces of appartments (PTTR). m 2 1,927 1875
  16. 16. Typical Modeling Activity indicative simplified example of quantities extraction Column (Object)Column (Object) Cost elements (in BOQ): Concept of calculation: • Reinforcement (kg) (≈180 kg/m3 * Volume) • Formwork (m2) (tot. area of 4 vertical surf.) • In-situ Concrete (m3) (≈0.99 * Volume)
  17. 17. Typical Modeling Activity indicative simplified example of BIM model Build-up Column (Object)Column (Object) Cost elements (in BOQ) Concept of calculation: • Reinforcement (032000RN) = V x 180 kg/m3 kg • Formwork (031000FW) = ∑ (ai x bi) m2 • In-situ Concrete (033000CR) = 0.99 x V m3 bi ai All calculations adhere to specific Quantity Surveying Standards
  18. 18. Model developed
  19. 19. Qs Reporting • QS SYSTEM AND MATERIAL TAKE-OFF REPORTS Sample of a QS valuation sheet that is automatically generated using an in-house QS system developed on top of BIM and incorporating the project-specific QS method of measurements. Bill Description : Dim Sht No: TF14022 S.LG.01.06 REV-3 Length Width Height Area Remarks S.No. BEAM From To No. No. m m m m2 1 B-AA30-Z30-0LG-014 AA30 Z30 2 6.68 0.60 0.45 6.01 2 B-AA30-AA30-0LG-014 AA30 AA30 2 3.96 0.60 0.45 3.56 3 B-AA30-Z30a-0LG-014 AA30 Z30 2 6.83 0.60 0.45 6.15 4 B-AA31-Z31-0LG-014 AA31 Z31 2 7.90 0.60 0.45 7.11 5 B-AA31-AA32-0LG-014 AA31 AA32 2 7.15 0.60 0.45 6.43 6 B-AA32-Z33-0LG-014 AA32 Z33 2 7.90 0.60 0.45 7.11 7 B-AA32-AA33-0LG-014 AA32 AA33 2 3.78 0.60 0.45 3.40 8 B-AA32-AA32-0LG-014 AA32 AA32 2 3.50 0.60 1.05 7.35 9 B-AA32-Z32-0LG-014 AA32 Z32 2 7.60 0.60 0.45 6.84 Member-Mark Location Description Plan Drawing Nos. : Shuttering- Sides of tie beams-BEAM BOQ 2/4/F
  20. 20. Clash Checking Engineering Validation
  21. 21. BIM Model Comparison Scenario Browser Scenario Browser to compare two different revisions of a BIM model and their MTO lists. The differences are reflected on the 3D model
  22. 22. BIM Model Comparison Untagged Models Shop Drawing Model IFC Model • In this example, we will use two versions of the concrete model for Level 01 – Pier1.
  23. 23. • Results: A visual representation of the differences is shown in the screenshot below. BIM Model Comparison Untagged Models
  24. 24. Model Loaded in C3d – Material Quantities (Column)
  25. 25. Model Loaded in C3d – Material Quantities (Slab)
  26. 26. Model Loaded in C3d – Material Quantities (Room)
  27. 27. Talisman • Material take-off • Maintain Take-off (MTO) from Drawings • Hierarchical MTO (per room, per level, etc…) • MEP (Shop, Field, Cables …) • Structural details (Steel, BBS, concrete, Formwork, precast..) • Cables (glands, washers, junctions kits, etc…) • Revision Control • History of MTO
  28. 28. Talisman Integrate Material Take-Off from shop drawing into 3D model
  29. 29. Planning, Estimation, Change Management and project control setup • This function receives updated scope from scope management and assesses the impact on resources and time needed to complete the project. • The function quantifies the scope of subcontracts as a filter from the complete scope. This assures that any changes in the overall scope is reflected in all subcontracts and that these subcontracts inherit progress when actual progress is entered into the progress monitoring system. • The resources needed are done through the estimation process (QTO) where all BOQ quantities are linked to standardized workgroups and in their absence to a new developed workgroup (star rates) • The ultimate objective is to aggregate the quantities into groups and measure the required resources that can be priced. These resources are in different categories: • Labor • Material • Plant • Subcontracts • The resulting estimate is then linked to the Plan which produces resources S- Curves that show the level of resources needed in each month of the construction period.
  30. 30. • If the level of the required resources is more than the previously planned, then the planner has to decide either to extend the project duration of the project, or increase resources • The estimator then adjusts the estimate and then produce the indirect part of the estimate that includes staffing and offices, and other facilities such as camp accommodation, batching plants, precast yard capacities, etc… Planning, Estimation, Change Management and project control setup
  31. 31. • Estimation is a crew based system. • Each BOQ is assigned one or more crews. • Each Crew has a set of resources (Labor, Materials, Equipments) • Each Resource is priced. • Each Bill is loaded with BOQs and their respective quantities from takeoff (BIM). • Prelims are calculated accordingly. • The estimate structure is divided into Six levels: L1: Project/Work Order L2: Bill (set of BOQ related to a defined scope of works) L3: BOQ Item (Following CSI 95 coding system) L4: Work Group (Grouping similar BOQ under one estimate calculations. Coding is based on CSI 95) L5: Operations (Crew based) L6: Resources (Labors, Equip., Materials & S/C) Estimation
  32. 32. Code Description Qty Unit Work Gr. Cost MH 03304 Cast-in-Situ Reinforced Concrete for Beams 1,367 M3 033040CR 257,013 13,255 03302 Cast-in-Situ Reinforced Concrete for Columns 3,071 M3 033020CR 594,960 29,777 03301 Cast-in-Situ Reinforced Concrete for Walls 4,758 M3 033010CR 908,152 46,134 03101 Formwork for Walls 14,549 M2 031010FW 770,630 112,394 03200 Steel Bar Reinforcement to Walls 826,976 KG 032003RN 911,808 95,216 Work Gr. Description Qty Unit Cost MH 033010CR Cast-in-Situ Reinforced Concrete for Walls 1.00 M3 190.87 9.70 Operation Description Qty Unit Cost MH CURING Curing Concrete 1.00 M3 0.83 0.60 Operation Description Qty Unit Cost MH CONR50 Structural Concrete RMC Grade 50 1.05 M3 133.63 0.00 CRPGCR Labor – Concrete Placing 8.00 HR 10.28 8.00 CURING Curing Concrete 1.00 M3 0.83 0.60 PLPCR Plant Placing Concrete 1.00 M3 46.13 1.10 Resource Description Qty Unit Cost MH 1501 Semi Skilled Labor 0.60 HR 0.53 0.60 233912 Water (for Concrete Curing) 0.60 M3 0.33 0.00 Resource Description Cat Rate Currency 1501 Semi Skilled Labor LAB 1.47 US$ 233912 Water (for Concrete Curing) LOC 0.55 US$ 1 2 3 4 Estimation Direct Cost Estimate Calculation Example
  33. 33. BIM Estimation using C3D System Gets Object inside the area in question and assign them to the corresponding BOQs template thus having the actual BOQs per Object Sub Sector used in C3D as basis for WBS assignment DCP00ADV095501252: Finishing of Rooms In mid West Pier
  34. 34. Object to BOQs Assignment Alternatively the 2D MAP representing the activity geometric boundaries can be used for a broader selection with possible filtering as shown below DCP00ADV095531252: FINISHING Activity Defined through geometry Finishing Operations identified by BIM Object Type
  35. 35. Object to Activity Assignment – C3D
  36. 36. C3D 4D Reports • 4D studies • Sample of a report generated from the 4D BIM – Concrete
  37. 37. • 4D studies • Sample of a report generated from the 4D BIM – Formwork C3D 4D Reports
  38. 38. • The Project Budget is a document which authorizes the Project Management to spend within a specific allowance to complete a project. • Resort of estimate resources by WBS and OBS (Organization Breakdown Structure) • Budget revisions issued only when major scope variances are evident. Budget Preparation Definition
  39. 39. OBS – C3D
  40. 40. • Cost Code Breakdown Structure (0.000.0000.0.00) Project . Task . Work Package . Activity . Res Category Task Description 140 Mob/Demobilization Setup Costs 150 Camp Setup Costs 050’s & 060’s Direct Construction following Main WBS and OBS, excluding: 059 – Civil S/C 065 & 069 – MEP S/C 070’s Overheads, Indirect & Markups 080 & 081 Indirect PMV & Maintenance 082 Factory Production Civil 083 Factory Production MEP 085 Civil Materials 086 & 087 MEP Materials 090’s Contingencies & Risks WP Description 100’s General Civil Works 200’s Concrete Works 300’s Roof and External Wall 400’s Exterior & Interior Finish 500’s HVAC 600’s Plumbing and Drainage 700’s Electrical Works 800’s Fire Protection 900’s Others Cat Description 01 Monthly Paid Staff 02 Daily Paid Labors 03 PMV Equipment Hire 04 Sub Contracts 06 Materials 08 Miscellanies 09 General 10 Recovery A.051.205.A.02 (Example from NCP) “Direct Labors’ Costs” for the “Formwork Erecting & Striking” in “Podium Area” Direct Works Standard Groups WP Description 071 Office & General Expenses 072 Staff Cost 073 Camp, Mess & Accommodation Expenses 074 Fees & Sponsorship 076 Mobilization & Demobilization Expenses Budget Preparation Cost Code Structure
  41. 41. BIM and Budget Cost Code to Object/Operation Assignment (in templates) allowing realistic Weekly budget allowances
  42. 42. WP Task 050 Common 051 Tower 1 052 Tower 2 053 Podium 054 Garage 055 Luxury Cond. Grand Total 100’s – General Civil Works 105 Excavation in Soil & Loading of Excavated Materials 110 Excavation in Rock (Incl. Rock Trenches) 112 Transport Surplus Excavated Material to Dump Area (10KM) 115 Backfill, Grading and Compaction. 120 Dewatering for Excavation 150 Planting & Soft Landscaping 200’s – Concrete Works 205 Formwork Erecting & Striking (Including PMV Handling F/W) 828,043 1,123,177 890,865 2,842,085 210 Fixing Reinforcement (Including PMV Handling Rebar) 792,117 1,025,349 1,149,712 2,967,179 215 Concrete Placing (Including PMV Handling Concrete) 840,041 1,082,933 1,014,696 13,325 2,950,994 220 Concrete Paving Works Complete 222 Expansion/Contraction Joints works 225 Grouting 230 Installation & Setting Pre-cast Structure (Incl. PMV) 240 Metal & Misc. Steel Erection 250 Finishing & Other Misc. Civil Works Budget Preparation NCP Direct Chart of Account Example
  43. 43. Construction Engineering and Document Control • This function controls all incoming and outgoing documents related to the construction project • Makes sure that: • All received and sent documents arrive through official transmittals • Internal notifications of received documents are sent based on preapproved distribution lists • All documents adhere to the document naming convention • Receive status of progress on engineering works from the engineer (IFC drawings) and subcontractor and internal construction engineering (shop drawings) • All current project documents are stored with proper version numbers, and attributes in a secure and accessible way • All correspondences are properly logged and documents needing responses are kept in workflows so as to track delays and their respective parties. • Assure that the document management system (VBC) runs well and is accessible in a secure way by all project stakeholders • Assure that the project dashboard is current and satisfies the project requirements
  44. 44. Object To Documents Assignment Intelligent Search (Subdiscipline &/or WBS)
  45. 45. Objects linked to Its Documents Fabrication, Installation, Details, Document, RFI, Drawings …
  46. 46. Handling Transmittals • Incoming: • Receiving transmittals from client or third party, the document controller will check the attachments and acknowledge receiving them if all information correct by signing the transmittal cover sheet. • Outgoing: • Issuing transmittals to Client or third party, Document control prepare an outgoing transmittal cover sheet listing all attachments/rev to be sent under this transmittal • Two copies of the cover would be produced, one for collecting acknowledgement to be returned to document control . • Internal: • Once receiving documents / Drawings, these documents should be distributed as fast as possible as per the distribution Matrix
  47. 47. Distribution Matrix • Prepare Distribution matrix Document for each project • Document Types are logged as Y Axis while the Roles as the X Axis • DM is a live document that gets revised during the project life cycle
  48. 48. VBC Dashboard Pod Types Business Process Management • My Running Workflows • Allows the user to see and monitor the running workflows in order to see their progress
  49. 49. VBC Dashboard Pod Types Reporting and Data Visualization Rich business intelligent reporting engine, where the user can choose between multiple chart types to visualize data allowing better and quicker business decision making
  50. 50. Material Purchasing and Management • This function controls the procurement of permanent or temporary materials and possibly subcontracts to site and assures their safe keeping and distribution where and when they are needed • Procurement function involves: • Receiving take off/Schedule from BIM/Estimate • Dividing material scope into procurement packages • Identifying and qualifying suppliers • Sending RFQ including all specs required • Receiving quotations comparing offers(technical and commercial) and getting approvals • Issuing POs • Expedite delivery including shop drawings if needed • Receive material, assure quality requirements are met and issue payments accordingly
  51. 51. Material management function • Prepares safe keeping plan including storage for construction project • Receives procurement data and material from procurement function • Receive material, assure quality requirements are met and issue payments accordingly • Maintain take off per object in material management system using take offs gleaned from shop drawing data (level 3 procurement data) • Provide material availability/expediting information needed for material forward planning exercise. • Reserve/Issue material as per 3 week look-ahead cycle • Keep track of all issuance/per drawing to validate proper use of material • Assist in 3 month material forward plan as part of the 3month look-ahead cycle to assure material availability as per the construction plan • Assure all data in Talisman (site control software) is current and up-to-date Material Purchasing and Management
  52. 52. Material Forward Planning What is Material Forward Planning? An exercise to validate constructability of a project construction schedule by considering the material (piping) availability constraint. The main targets of the simulation are the early detection of problems in •Material Delivery and Usability vs. Material Requirements •Purchase Orders and Shipping •Engineering Modeling and Material Take-Off •Adequacy of site facilities
  53. 53. Material Forward Planning
  54. 54. TypeType RequiredRequired OrderedOrdered ShortageShortage Shortage %Shortage % CAPCAP 7.267.26 0.230.23 7.047.04 96.97%96.97% ELBOWELBOW 1,429.991,429.99 659.94659.94 770.04770.04 53.85%53.85% PIPEPIPE 14,111.5414,111.54 13,119.3813,119.38 992.15992.15 7.03%7.03% REDUCERREDUCER 56.3056.30 11.6511.65 44.6644.66 79.33%79.33% TEETEE 295.63295.63 146.29146.29 149.31149.31 50.51%50.51% A comparison of the procurement data as provided from the SAP extract against the total material take off of the model provided shows shortages in procurement of material in tonnage as per the following table: Material Forward Planning
  55. 55. Quality and Handover Management • This function controls the quality of product delivered to the client. It assures that all specs have been met during all construction phases of the project. It also assures the client that the systems are functional and can be used from day 1 after handover. • During construction, quality system enumerates the expected achievements that need to be certified during that phase of construction. This is done by: • Defining classes of objects/tags (same objects in the model) • Defining manufacturing/construction progress sequence for every class • Defining quality checks (forms) needed for certain steps of construction • Assuring that all objects within a class have passed • Assuring that all critical punch list items have been addressed • Manage the punch-list system to assure smooth construction flow and proper handover between disciplines • During handover phase • Attach to all objects their systems, subsystems properties • Define quality checks and tests needed for handover and commissioning • Keep track of progress • Assure computerized quality controls management system (Atlas) is current and data well maintained.
  56. 56. Raising AFI
  57. 57. AFI Form
  58. 58. Punch List
  59. 59. Construction Management • This Function is the construction interface process. It plugs the output of all other processes into the actual construction activities on site by: • Managing 3 month look-ahead schedule/Material and drawing forward planning. These exercises should be attended by planners, construction managers and site supervision for each Work Front • Create Work-fronts and Work Packages • Check availability of resources for site works (Labor, Material…) • Send fabricated material requirements to factory production managers and get assurances of availability • Check availability of materials and reserve critical material • Plan logistics of execution including availability of non permanent structures such as scaffolding. Also check accessibility of construction locations • Adjust levels of construction resources if possible or consider alternative schedules • Attach drawing list and material take off to each Fragnet / Work Front (Level 4 of WBS) and issue to engineering (Design and construction engineering), factory production and procurement to assure availability
  60. 60. • Managing 3 week look ahead schedule • Assure that site supervision issues timely 3 week look ahead plans • Assure that each Work Package workroom (Document control) contains all progress forms, relevant drawings, method statements and specifications, empty timesheets, preapproved material requisitions and QC forms that are needed by each foreman to execute and report progress • Assure that logistics and accessibility to site is available. • Assure that the progress data collection with all related QC forms and timesheets are being filled daily • Assure that crews completing their tasks leave the area ready for the next crew by utilizing the QC and punch items system. • Review progress and other reports of the system to assure that the project is on target and recommend appropriate action if not Construction Management
  61. 61. BIM and Daily Site Activity
  62. 62. C3D Planner Day to Day Activities *DFM: Daily Foreman Report *3WL: Three Week Look Ahead Plan Site Engineer Project Engineer Foreman Submit 3WL for Approva l Send DFM Submit Progress Update for Approval
  63. 63. Foreman Work Orders • Generate Weekly Foreman Work Orders updated on daily basis • Progress Forms • QC and Inspection Forms • Timesheet • Drawings • Method Statement and Specifications • Preapproved Material Requisition
  64. 64. Progress Update Forms
  65. 65. Tuesday, March 10, 2015 Your Nam Here 65 Atlas (QC & Handover Forms)
  66. 66. Link To QC System
  67. 67. Tuesday, March 10, 2015 67 Timesheet
  68. 68. DRWGs & Specs Variations RFIs Submittals MTO Estimation Budget Procurement Purchase Expediting BOQ Work Groups 3D Model Building Blocks Direct Cost Estimate Budget/ Cost Codes Time Sheet Actual Man-hours PO Register information Planning / PRIMAVERA MTO, Objects & Work flows Planned Dates Actual Progress TALISMAN VBC REPORTS REPORTS BOQ WBS Discipline Codes (Category) Actual Cost Subcontractors / Suppliers BBS Shop DWGs, Software, S/Cs, Suppliers MTO Variations MTO WBS & Cost Code WBS QC Certification Sub-Contractors and suppliers should be contractually obliged to deliver detailed BIM info. as per the agreed EDI Visual Controls Doc Reg. Submittals Doc Reg. Material Delivery SMR, PO, Expediting Info Integration with other EDMS’s & procurement systems Project Control Team Material Control Batching Quality Control Quantity Take offs Engineering Design C3D Planner / Simulation / Pyramid / Projmon Document Control Collaboration Transmittals RFI etc Accounting 3D Model Cost Report Progress Report Payment Certificate Payroll ATLAS Tags Site Invoices, JVs SMR, PO, MRR DPMS Material request Reinforced Concrete MTO Project Controls Systems 
  69. 69. All rights reserved to CCC Thank You Zuhair Haddad

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